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We all know the best part of football season is the food! Annessa Chumbley, registered dietitian, joined us today with some delicious recipes that are sure to score big whether you’re tailgating or “homegating.”

Look for Annessa’s recipes and all of her shortcuts to delicious online at Annessa rd dot com and on social @annessard.

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We are now officially into the swing of summer! Joining us today was Annessa Chumbley, our friend and lifestyle expert, to share some of her favorites for the season. Find all the information on them here:

Eucerin Hydrating Cleansing Gel

The new Hydrating Cleansing Gel from dermatologist recommended brand Eucerin is formulated with Hyaluronic Acid to help maintain skin’s moisture balance and an APG Cleansing Complex that gently lifts away impurities, without stripping the skin. Free of fragrance, soap, alcohol, and parabens, this facial cleanser is great for all skin types, including sensitive skin!

MSRP: $11.99

Where to buy: Major retailers such as CVS, Walmart and online

Febreze Fade Defy PLUG Starter Kit

Hero Pill Dispenser, Medication Manager and Pill Organizer

A great product to introduce into your own home, or maybe that of a loved one’s is the Hero Pill Dispenser, Medication Manager and Pill Organizer. 

Hero’s smart pill dispenser makes it easier to just live – less time worrying if you or a loved one has taken their meds. 

Around 50% of medication is not taken as prescribed, which contributes to roughly a quarter of annual hospital visits. Hero offers a complete, all-access pass to life-changing medication management. Hero understands that busy schedules, a complicated regimen, and forgetfulness can get in the way of a healthy medication schedule. Whether for you or a loved one, Hero administers up to 10 medications (prescription or not) on time, and in the correct dose. You even receive alerts to take medication, or if a loved one has missed a dose. 

A Hero subscription covers the cost of the Hero device, Hero Mobile app, and 24/7 support.

$29.99 per month +  $99 initiation fee Try 30 days free + free shipping

Instagram: @herohealth

Twitter: @herohealth

Facebook: @HeroHealth

Common Ground

This brand’s mission to invest in the circular economy and build communities dedicated to the future of food and society, is excited to introduce its e-commerce platform curated with products from makers and brands that honor Hawaii’s agricultural legacies and impact their communities and environment.

Visitors to the Marketplace@Common Ground will enjoy an array of products that intentionally make a positive impact on the environment, ocean, community, and more. The site currently includes a selection of Hawaii-made products from ingredients representing and reflecting the destination. From locally sourced food products such as Kona coffee beans, Kauai-grown cacao, nut butter to health beauty products, Common Ground has something for the conscious consumer looking for ingredients with a Hawaii connection and unique backstory. 

For more information on Common Ground or to shop directly, visit

Instagram: @kauaicommonground


Happy International Waffle Day! Today we were joined by Ben Gullett of Julian’s Recipe with a delicious recipe for a waffle topped with blueberries and brie. He also talks Frozen Food Month and the benefits of taking advantage of them.

Then Indy Style’s own Registerd Dietitian, Annessa, shows you how to easily make Chocolate & Peanut Butter Striped Waffles at home!

What makes frozen products so important and how can we use them in our recipes?

Keeping the freezer full of healthy and delicious foods has many advantages.

What I love about frozen food is:

Julian’s Recipe Blueberry & Brie Melt



  1. Combine the blueberries, lemon zest and sugar in a medium saucepan.
  2. Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat to simmer for about 5 minutes until the mixture has thickened.
  3. Place the butter in a grill pan over medium-high heat. Then place your waffles into the pan.
  4. Add 4-5 slices of brie cheese on top followed by a generous scoop of the blueberry compote.
  5. Add the second waffle on top and then flip! Allow 2-3 minutes per side or until golden.
  6. Serve while hot and enjoy!

Find Julian’s Recipe at Meijer, Kroger, Whole Foods and Fresh Thyme.

Learn more about Julian’s Recipe, and order online, at

Follow Julian’s Recipe on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook @JuliansRecipe.

Chocolate & Peanut Butter Striped Waffles

Just so you know, if you find dividing the batter into two bowls too labor intensive, simple put everything in one bowl! Your waffle will be a chocolate color instead of striped, but it will still have the same delicious chocolate + PB flavor. Yum!




1. First, mix the wet ingredients and the dry ingredients separately: in one bowl, whisk oat flour, baking powder, and kosher salt. In another bowl, whisk eggs, peanut butter, and maple syrup until smooth. Then add almond milk, whisking until well combined.

2. Make a well in the center of the dry mixture, pouring the wet mixture in and stirring until everything is well incorporated. Let the batter sit for 5 minutes to allow the oat flour to absorb the liquid.

3. To make half the batter chocolate and half the batter peanut butter, divide the batter in half. Stir the cocoa powder and chocolate chips into half of the batter, until the chocolate has been fully mixed in. In the other half of the batter, stir in the powdered peanut butter. Now you’re ready to make the waffles!

4. When your Belgian waffle maker is fully heated and ready to go, spray it lightly with nonstick spray and pour in about 1/2 – 3/4 cup of chocolate batter in the center, letting it spread just a bit. Then, take a 1/4 cup of the peanut butter batter and drizzle across the chocolate batter (or make polka dots, or swirls…whatever you like to do!) Close the waffle iron and cook for 3 1/2 minutes. Waffles are done when lightly browned and the edges are crispy.

5. Remove waffle and top the center with 2 tablespoons banana chunks and 1 tablespoon of toasted pecans. Drizzle with 1 tablespoon of PB syrup if desired. Repeat for the other 3 waffles. Enjoy!


– To make oat flour, add whole rolled oats to a food processor, and process until a flour forms (it will still look a little grainy). You can make plenty of oat flour in batches and keep on hand for when you need it.

– Waffles can easily be frozen. Let cool on a baking sheet, then place them in a gallon sized zip-top bag. When ready to eat, remove one and either microwave or toast in the oven on a low broil until hot.

– If no pecans are on hand, use toasted peanuts or almonds

– Use this as a snack for your kids! Just cut the waffle into triangles, and they fit perfectly into their hands. We use peanut butter as a dip.

Prep time: 10 minutes
Total time: 15 minutes

Servings Per Recipe: 4
Serving Size: 1 waffle, 2 tablespoons banana chunks and 1 tablespoon toasted pecans

Calories 433, Total Fat 16.8 g, Saturated Fat 4.0 g, Polyunsaturated Fat 1.8 g,
Monounsaturated Fat 3.2 g, Cholesterol 93.0 mg, Sodium 617.6 mg,
Potassium 245.3 mg, Total Carbohydrate 61.8 g, Dietary Fiber 9.9 g,
Sugars 22.7 g, Protein 16.7 g

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It’s Women’s History Month, making it an even better time to support women-owned small businesses! So many moms have a side-hustle to motherhood right now, and today we were joined by Brittney Usrey, founder of fly girl box and mommy extraordinaire. Here’s more from her:

We are a monthly subscription box featuring travel essentials for the adventurer who lives a travel inspired life. We set out to find travel friendly essentials to make adventuring easier. Whether you’re traveling by air or by car, this is for you! Our Deluxe Box features 5 travel items and our Mini Box includes 3.

Each item inside a Flygirl Box is hand-curated by a flight attendant. Choose between a Deluxe Box with five travel essentials or a Mini Box with three. Items include snacks, travel-sized toiletries, lunchbox and purse accessories and other travel gadgets.

If you’d like to support Brittany in her goal to win USA Today’s “10 Best Subscription Box for Travelers” contest, vote here. The contest ends on March 29th.

For more information visit Brittney’s website, Instagram and Facebook.

Dave Barras, WISH-TV “Legend” and good friend of WISH-TV’s Randy Ollis, joined us today as a guest host, and while he was here, he shared a few tips to help Randy enjoy is new life as a part-time retiree.

Indy Style host, Annessa Chumbly, also joined us with a special message for Randy and the team from Disney World!

This delicious, decadent chocolate cake is gluten-free, made with almond flour, and extremely irresistible! Plus, it cooks in about a minute. Chocolaty goodness is just a few seconds and a few ingredients away with our latest recipe from Annessa Chumbley, Indy Style host and registered dietitian.



1. In a small bowl, whisk egg for 1 minute with a fork. Add yogurt, maple syrup and cocoa powder, stirring until smooth and all the cocoa powder has been absorbed.

2. Add in flour and baking powder, and stir just until mixed.

3. Pour mixture into a large mug sprayed with nonstick spray.

4. Sprinkle in 2 teaspoons of dark chocolate chips.

5. Microwave on high for 1 minute (possibly 30 more seconds depending on your microwave or you can bake it for 15 minutes at 400 degrees!).

6. Remove and let cake cool for 30 seconds.

7. Carefully turn it out onto a plate, and top cake with raspberries.

8. Microwave the last teaspoon of dark chocolate chips just until melted, then pour over the top of raspberries.

Enjoy immediately!